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SOWSIA's Inpatient EHR Solution Gets '08 CCHIT Certification
Date:7/22/2009

SAN FRANCISCO, July 22 /PRNewswire/ -- SOWSIA Healthcare Solutions Inc.'s product Ondemand Healthcare uHPM, 7Plus, M1 is now a pre-market conditional CCHIT Certified(R) 08 Inpatient EHR. The Certification Commission for Health Information Technology (CCHIT(R)) made this announcement today.

SOWSIA Healthcare Solutions Inc., a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) healthcare IT company, has now also become the first SaaS company (one of only 3 vendors) to achieve the CCHIT 08 Inpatient Electronic Health Record (EHR) Certification. EHR Certification, currently being defined by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, is one requirement for qualifying for the Federal Stimulus funding in FY2011.

Until now, hospitals wanting to purchase EHR's could either choose a proprietary client-server solution or a hosted ASP solution. SOWSIA provides a new choice of SaaS solutions that only need a browser to use healthcare applications. No hardware to purchase. No software to license. No upgrade costs. SOWSIA's EHR is based on a fixed monthly subscription fee that contrasts with the large upfront IT expenditure, lengthy implementation cycles, and ongoing high maintenance fees of traditional software.

Expanding on SaaS in healthcare, Sandeep Jain, MD, co-founder of SOWSIA, added, "SOWSIA's applications delivered on the Healthcare Operating System (HCOS) also allows hospitals to leverage their current investments in legacy systems so they could preserve their best of breed solutions and still be able to bridge the information gaps these antiquated solutions leave behind. We've always had IT within the hospitals walls. Yet, we see medical errors causing in excess of 98,000 deaths a year. SOWSIA's HCOS helps bridge process gaps amongst disparate solutions, integrates multiple applications and at the same time will be capable of seamlessly connecting information residing in hospital sys
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